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Re: PC: PC T Shirts? -Reply
- Subject: Re: PC: PC T Shirts? -Reply
- From: "Bill K." <pontiac@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 5 Oct 1998 13:16:15 -0400
tone down on the caffine please? this thing sounds like some serious bad
Generally if ya don't respect other people's interests you don't get much
help from them with yours....
PS. I'd buy a green shirt with a big PC noodle and Penn Central spelled
out on it.. or, there's a line diagram on the PC page of a U33C that might
be able to be transferred to t-shirt artwork -
> From: james koo <l740 -AT- hotmail.com>
> To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> Subject: Re: PC: PC T Shirts? -Reply
> Date: Monday, October 05, 1998 12:56 PM
> Enough locomotive enthusiast rubbish. Just the official Penn Central
> Transportation Company symbol will do. Just remember that a freight
> train starts with the first freight car. Secondly, the GG-1 is as
> much PC as it is PRR. To all you so-called Pennsy fans, PRR is PC.
> The selective neglect of history by so-called Pennsy fans only shows
> their ignorance and stupidity.
> >Date: Mon, 05 Oct 1998 07:53:16 -0500
> >From: Jim Homoki <JHOMOKI -AT- mbakercorp.com>
> >To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> >Subject: PC: PC T Shirts? -Reply
> >Reply-To: penn-central -AT- smellycat.com
> > 10/05/98 09:14am >>>
> >Have any PC T-shirts been produced in the past, or are any available
> >What would you like to see on a PC shirt? One idea is a PC GG-1 and E8
> >Bryan Turner
> >Yes, I have a black one with the herald and "Route of the Metroliners"
> >below it. Got it years ago at a show.
> >I'd prefer something other than a GG1, partly because that engine
> >is hopelessly identified with the PRR. An SD40 would be more of a
> >PC locomotive, rather than old stuff aquired through the merger.
> >These locos were state of the art at the time PC was created.
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